Deputy Governor Mr. David Archer, Jr. has pledged his full support to the Civil Service Association (CSA) following his first meeting with members of the interim executive body on Tuesday, June 25.
Mr. Archer congratulated the new body and stated that he was pleased to see the association being up and running again. Discussions were held on the top priority areas of the association including:
• Health and Safety in the Workplace;
• Salary Revision;
• Employees in ‘Acting’ posts;
• The Public Service Management Bill;
• Government Issued I.D. Cards; and
• Rebuilding the CSA
The Deputy Governor emphasised the importance of and promised that the association will have a seat at the table where policies that affect public officers are being discussed and ensure that their voices are heard.
“The Executive Board of the Civil Service Association found the meeting with Deputy Governor Archer to be quite productive,” President Ms. Sasha Flax said. She added, “We look forward to working with him and his office to continue to make improvements to the civil service.”
As part of its mandate, the Executive Committee, in keeping with the constitution of the Civil Service Association, will continue to be responsible for the effective management and oversight of the association’s business. The CSA seeks to uphold the highest values of professional service to the Territory, through competent and committed persons whose genuine interests are affirmed through membership.